Serbia: Beovizija deadline extended

by Stella Floras 166 views

The deadline for the submission of songs for the next edition of Beovizija, the Serbian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest has been extended to 1st December. Although all performers must be citizens of the Republic of Serbia, songs by foreign composers will be accepted.

RTS have announced that instead of the originally announced deadline of 15 November, songs can now be submitted until 1 December. Although the rules state that the artists must be Serbian citizens and the songs performed must be written in Serbian, RTS have confirmed to esctoday.com that they do accept entries by foreign composers and songwriters as long as the aforementioned conditions are met.

Entries can be sent to RDU Radio Televizija Srbije, Zabavni program, Takovska 10,11.000 Beograd, by 1st December.

Full list of Beovizija 2008 rules can be found here in Serbian and English.

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Stella Floras

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